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Red Spider Lily Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Set

Red Spider Lily Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Set

Regular price $19.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $19.00 USD
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  • Tattoo Lasts 2-5 Days
  • Free Shipping Worldwide
  • Safe & FDA-Approved

Size & Quantity

Each set includes 6 tattoos that are printed on a single A5 temporary tattoo sheet. The tattoos come in different sizes and are scaled to fit within a square area. Here is the breakdown of the number of tattoos for each size:

  • 3.5" x 3.5": 1 piece
  • 2.5" x 2.5": 1 piece
  • 1.8" x 1.8": 1 piece
  • 1.0" x 1.0": 3 pieces

Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Sample

Shipping Details

We offer free international shipping via DHL from our headquarters in Hong Kong.

Shipping Time: 1 - 2 Weeks

You will receive a shipping confirmation email with your tracking number once your order ships.

How To Apply

  1. Clean and dry the skin completely
  2. Cut around the tattoo without including the orange dashed lines
  3. Remove the transparent film and place the tattoo sticky side down on skin
  4. Rub and wet the tattoo completely with sponge
  5. Wait 30 seconds and peel the corner of the tattoo slowly

Red Spider Lily Tattoo Meaning

The Meaning of Red Spider Lily Tattoo

The red spider lily, also called higanbana, holds symbolic meaning in Japanese culture. In some traditions, it represents death and guides souls to the afterlife. Its crimson color and spiral shape are thought to attract wandering spirits.

Those who get this flower tattooed may relate to themes of mortality and legacy. Just as the red spider lily reminds us that life must end to make way for new growth, the tattoo signifies an appreciation for life's impermanence. It could also represent bravery in facing life's hard truths or a spiritual connection to ancestral guides.

Beyond its darker meanings, the red spider lily stands for beauty found even in loss. Its vibrant color adds a note of vigor contrasting its role in Japanese death customs. For some, the tattoo is a reminder to meet hardship with grace and find radiance in dark times.

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